Friday 13th November to Sunday 15th November 2020
You're warm, very warm. Check out the program here or book tickets here on the website. Purchasing tickets for shows and contact tracing is all done online on the Wynnum Fringe website.
Mostly located on Edith Street, you can check out the free events here or by looking at our official program. There will be live music, roving performers, food and drinks. Please register online and you'll need to check-in on arrival for contact tracing.
Firstly, you're a legend.
Secondly, yes please fill out the Volunteer Application Form here.
We're looking for people to assist with Front of House, Box Office, Technical Production and Bump-in and Bump-out.
Our main hub Edith Street has a capacity of 1000 people at a time due to Covid 19 restrictions. If this thing goes off like a frog in a sock, we apologise if the event is at capacity on arrival and we'll be letting people enter as others exit.
This event is operating in compliance with the Public Health Directions Restrictions on Businesses, Activities and Undertakings Direction.
A copy of the COVID Safe Industry Plan may be found at
We accept companion cards. Please email email@example.com to reserve a companion seat.
Yes, all venues are wheelchair accessible.
For wheelchair access to the Wynnum Opera House please notify a Front of House team member and they will give you directions to 168 Bay Terrace, Wynnum where you can enter the venue.
All tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable except in accordance with the applicable laws in the region of purchase. However, you can rename your e-ticket and pass it on to someone else after November 1st.
For all media enquiries, please contact our publicist, Claire, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
There is street parking available all over Wynnum. You can also catch the train to Wynnum Central Station which is a block away.
Yes! You can find the official Wynnum Fringe Festival 2020 playing schedule here.